Five ways to unlock unhealthy lifestyle

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 Five ways to unlock unhealthy lifestyle


Unhealthy lifestyle affecting public health

1. Irregular diet, often do not eat breakfast or late night meal;

3. Partial food habits, daily intake of food varieties too little;

4. Excessive salt, soy sauce and sugar were added to the cooking;

5. Often eat fried, barbecue and smoked food;

7. Drink less water every day, only when thirsty;

8. They are sedentary and lack of physical exercise;

10. Excessive drinking;

11. Anxiety or mental tension is not effectively relieved;

12. Lack of social activities and interpersonal communication;

13. Long time use of electronic products (computers, mobile phones, game machines, etc.);

17. Blind consumption of health products, health products instead of drugs;

19. Spit everywhere and do not cover the nose and mouth when sneezing;

Unhealthy lifestyle affecting the health of teenagers

2. Irregular diet, often do not eat breakfast or late night meal;

3. Often eat takeout, overeat, snacks instead of dinner;

4. Often drink sugary drinks;

5. They are sedentary and lack of physical exercise;

6. Smoking;

7. Long time use of electronic products (computers, mobile phones, game machines, etc.);

8. Do not pay attention to eye hygiene;

9. Irregular work and rest, often stay up late, lack of sleep;

10. Too many times of dyeing and perming.

Unhealthy lifestyle affecting the health of the elderly

1. Excessive salt, soy sauce and sugar were added to the cooking;

3. They are sedentary and lack of physical exercise;

4. Smoking;

5. Excessive drinking;

8. The consciousness of health is indifferent and does not pay attention to physical examination;

9. If you are ill, you dont see a doctor in time and dont take medicine according to the doctors advice;

10. Blind consumption of health products, health products instead of drugs.

Unhealthy lifestyle affecting the health of occupational population

1. Three meals diet is irregular, often do not eat breakfast, take away, late night meals;

2. Blindly rely on the substitute meal weight loss, do not eat staple food, snacks instead of dinner;

3. They are sedentary and lack of physical exercise;

4. Smoking;

5. Excessive drinking;

7. Irregular work and rest, often stay up late, lack of sleep;

9. If you are ill, you dont see a doctor in time and dont take medicine according to the doctors advice;

10. Too many times of dyeing and perming.

Develop a healthy lifestyle and avoid sudden death

According to the statistics of the National Center for cardiovascular disease, the number of sudden cardiac death in China is as high as 550000 every year. The working state of high intensity, high pressure, high tension and continuous overwork is becoming an important inducement of sudden death of young people. Judging from the patients received by the chest pain center, it is obvious that there are more young people receiving treatment now. Most of them were 60 or 70 years old. However, in recent years, a number of patients with myocardial infarction aged 20 to 30 have been treated Ma Genshan, director of cardiovascular department of Zhongda Hospital Affiliated to Southeast University, said that according to the data of the chest pain center of the hospital, young and middle-aged patients with myocardial infarction accounted for about one-third of the total number of patients with myocardial infarction in the chest pain center.

Ma Genshan explained that too busy and intense work can constantly stimulate the sympathetic nerves. If you are always in a high tension state, the sympathetic nervous system is too excited for a long time, which will lead to the heart burden is too large, the heart rate will increase, and even produce arrhythmia. In the long run, if not adjusted in time, the heart will be damaged. Sudden death of some patients with sudden heart disease is due to continuous staying up late and emotional excitement, which leads to neurological dysfunction, coronary artery spasm and sudden cardiac ischemia. Some young people who stay up late and work overtime drink too much coffee to refresh themselves. If you are very sensitive to coffee, it is easy to stimulate the sympathetic nerve, coupled with excessive fatigue, it will also contribute to the occurrence of heart disease

Develop a healthy lifestyle and keep away from the risk of chronic diseases

Cancer, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and hypertension are common chronic diseases. Zhong Nanshan, academician of the Chinese Academy of engineering, said that for chronic diseases, one is prevention, the other is early diagnosis, early treatment and early detection.

Prevention should be a cliche. More than 60% of the factors leading to chronic diseases are related to living habits. The key to chronic diseases is prevention. He pointed out that prevention should start with changing living habits. Smoking, drinking too much, living an uncontrolled life, eating a lot of high-fat food, and high levels of psychological stress will bring problems.

Zhong Nanshan said that there are more and more cancer cases, such as colon cancer, breast cancer and prostate cancer. The causes of some tumors are still unclear. Generally speaking, cancer is closely related to eating habits, life pressure, rhythm of life and sleep. Why are there more and more cancers? It has a lot to do with diet. Chinese peoples diet is more and more fat, cholesterol, fiber is less and less, the risk of colon cancer will be significantly increased He said.

Researchers at Karolinska School of medicine in Sweden and Griffith University in Australia have found that choosing an active lifestyle (such as eating vegetables, exercising regularly and quitting smoking) can reduce the risk of chronic kidney disease. The study is published in the Journal of the American Society of nephrology.

Researchers conducted a systematic review and meta-analysis of more than 100 published research papers to examine which lifestyle changes can reduce the risk of chronic kidney disease. After analyzing data from more than 2.5 million people in 16 countries and regions, they found that eating more vegetables, increasing potassium intake, exercising more, drinking moderately, reducing salt intake and quitting smoking could reduce the risk of chronic kidney disease by 14% to 22%.

Researcher jeimon Kelly said: lifestyle may have a significant impact on the risk of kidney disease, doctors can make better clinical decisions, and ordinary people can adjust their lifestyle accordingly to prevent kidney damage.

The researchers stressed that these life recommendations apply to healthy people who are likely to have kidney problems; people who already have kidney disease should follow the doctors advice to avoid increasing the burden on the kidney.

Develop a healthy lifestyle to prevent dementia

The World Health Organization (who) has issued guidelines suggesting that a range of healthy lifestyles, such as a healthy diet, regular exercise, reduced smoking and drinking, and weight control, can reduce the risk of dementia.

The guidelines recommend a series of specific recommendations for the prevention of dementia, such as suggesting that adults should exercise to reduce the risk of cognitive decline; strongly recommend smoking cessation; strongly recommend a healthy, balanced diet, such as the Mediterranean diet, that is, eat more fruits and vegetables, fish, seafood, beans, nuts and cereals, especially olive oil when cooking; stop harmful drinking; and be mild Adults with cognitive impairment provide cognitive training.

It is also suggested that adults should strengthen weight control to avoid obesity, and control and intervene health risks such as hypertension, diabetes, dyslipidemia and cholesterol, depression, and hearing loss, which can help reduce the risk of dementia or cognitive decline.

Five ways to help you develop a healthy lifestyle

What is a healthy lifestyle like? We can pay attention to exercise, diet, mood and sleep, smoking and drinking, and weight.

1. Exercise is an important part of maintaining a healthy lifestyle. If you want to stay healthy, its recommended to do 150 minutes of moderate intensity exercise a week. If you have a disease, are at high risk, or want to prevent disease, you need to do 225 to 300 minutes of moderate intensity exercise a week.

2. In terms of diet, we should pay attention to a balanced diet, and eat more vegetables, fruits, nuts, whole grains and healthy fats, such as the oils contained in nuts and deep sea fish. At the same time, we should eat less red meat such as beef, mutton, pork, and processed meat such as sausage and bacon. Also should pay attention to avoid the intake of sugary drinks, especially the milk tea that everyone likes to drink now. In addition, the intake of trans fatty acids and salts should be limited.

3. In terms of emotions, we should maintain a relaxed and positive attitude to reduce anxiety, depression and stress. In daily life, we should also maintain good sleep, ensure adequate sleep time, high-quality sleep cycle, regular sleep, and at the same time, it is better to sleep without relying on drugs.

4. in terms of tobacco and alcohol, we must achieve absolute smoking ban, not only a single cigarette, but also away from the harm of second-hand smoke and three hand smoke. Stay away from smokers, and its better to change clothes in time after contacting smokers. At the same time, alcohol consumption should be limited to one unit per day (including 14g alcohol).

5. In the long-term life, we should also maintain a healthy weight. We can evaluate and adjust our weight according to the following body mass index suitable for Asian people. (the peoples health network is integrated from the peoples Network - Popular Science China, peoples Network - Shanghai channel, life times, Xinhuanet)

Source: responsible editor of peoples network: Qiang Shuwen_ NJ7449